For years I hesitated watching this movie. Now, I know why. It was even worse than I'd expected. I thought it would be OK but it just got worse and worse. Ashton Kutcher makes the worst movie mistake of his career, since 'Dude, Where's My Car?' Tara Reid co-stars as the girl of Ashton's dreams, who asks him to babysit her father's house (and his boss)'s pet owl for the weekend. The rules: 1. No shoes in the house. 2. No people in the house. 3. The boss' son stays out of the house. 4. Don't touch the furniture.
Well, you can pretty much guess by the end of the first twenty minutes, how the rest of the film is going to turn out.
You know right from the start that bad things are going to happen, and they're mostly stupid things ( that are extremely UNFUNNY) that would never actually happen. None of the characters have any depth and the only person who was anywhere near believable was Tom, although the way he became so easily distracted just annoyed me after a while. The dialogue is ridiculous and the structure of the film almost completely non-existent. In an insulting attempt at comedy the writer/director introduces a new character or event in practically every scene, none of which are realistic, making it very confusing to keep track of what is going on. The plot is barely an excuse for a movie. It's an extremely frustrating movie to watch, and there were about three times when I nearly turned it off, because it was so bad.
A complete waste of time.
Don't watch it. You'll sincerely regret it!